Boo swims A LOT and she also has really LONG hair. It gets damaged easily and so it can also look dry. She loves the look of long silky hair. So when I was offered a bottle of Cashmere Falls Heavenly Hydration in exchange for my opinion.
Boo was really excited and has been using this regularly. She really thinks it has helped her hair feel softer and silkier. It's really easy to use. You just apply a small amount on damp hair before styling. It has really helped her - constantly stuck under a swim cap hair look a lot nicer.
It's made from 100% cold pressed USDA - & European Union - Certified Organic Argan Oil and is produced in the United States.
I wasn't afraid to try it as the company backs its product with 100% money back guarantee!
Boo absolutely loved the results. Take a look at our before and after pictures. No flat iron was used just regular blow drying!
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